COVID-19: humanities and social sciences perspectives

The novel coronavirus SARS2-CoV-2 has precipitated the present outbreak of COVID-19, a highly infectious respiratory disease, for which there is presently no effective treatment. The resulting pandemic is having profound and likely long-lasting effects on communities, economies and individuals’ lived experiences. Here, we highlight research published across this journal that reflects in some way on this crisis from humanities and social sciences perspectives.

This collection will continue to be updated as relevant perspectives are published.

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